Lots to talk about in this Easter Sunday edition of the Sunday Review. We’ve got show coverage with WonderCon announcements and chatter about the upcoming C2E2, as well as a few reviews you can use, and our usual assortment of news and industry tidbits.
Plenty of DVD and game reviews landed on BG this week, but the highlights of the week that was were clearly the announcement of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and updates on incoming titles like Etherium, The Crew, and Hotline Miami 2.
Some big reviews hit BG this week including the PC edition of Titanfall and a whole mess of DVD box sets. We had plenty of news on tap as well, including more than one April Fool’s joke and a feature article that looked back on the cartoons of yesteryear and…
The ’80s and ’90s were a treasure trove of great cartoons. There was no shortage of awesome stuff to watch on Saturday mornings or weekdays after school. What’s weird is that, seemingly most all of the best stuff never got an video game love.
This is the big one ladies and gents, the installment of our awards presentation that’s for all the marbles. Not only will we be honoring the best game for each and every platform, but we’ll also be crowning our Game of the Year for 2013.
The first PlayStation console was a hotbed of fantastically original games, many of which have gotten lost in the cracks of gaming history. These are five of my favorites that are screaming for another look.